Our mission at BPI Bundaberg Building & Pest Inspections is to perform high quality Pre-Purchase and Pre-Sale Building and Timber Pest Inspections and provide our client with a detailed, accurate and understandable report. These reports assist a purchaser in making the correct decision in purchasing a property. We aim to provide an extremely prompt service. Reports can usually be emailed on the day of the inspection or express posted.
WHAT WE OFFER:
· We Specialise in Pre-Purchase ... Read more& Pre-Sale Building and Timber Pest Inspections performed in accordance with Australian Standards AS 4349.1 and AS 4349.3
· BPI Bundaberg is owned by Glen and Bette King. Glen is a fully qualified inspector and personally conducts all of the Building and Pest Inspections. We don’t outsource any part of the inspection work.
· A BPI Quality Assured Building & Pest Inspection will take approx. 2 hours depending on the size of the property. The client is more than welcome ...
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